How to develop browser extensions,
Internet Explorer (IE) add-on in VB.NET, C#, C++
Why Add-in Express for Internet Explorer?
The Microsoft IE SDK gives developers the ability to extend Internet Explorer with Browser Extensions. This term includes features such as shortcut menu extensions, custom IE toolbars, Explorer bars, and Browser Helper Objects (BHOs). Further on, we will use the term "add-on" instead of Browser Extensions.
When creating Internet Explorer add-ons (IE Browser Extensions) with Add-in Express, you overcome the basic problem - building your solutions into the IE application. Based on the True RAD paradigm, Add-in Express saves the time that you would have to spend on research, prototyping, and debugging numerous issues when creating an add-on for a COM-based application in Visual Studio.
Add-in Express provides you with easy-to-use tools for programming version-neutral, secure, isolated, managed, and deployable extensions for Internet Explorer:
From this manual you will learn how to:
Visual Studio 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012
Visual Basic (VB.NET), C#, managed C++
Internet Explorer 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 (32-bit and 64-bit)